Once a month, residents will have the opportunity to visit the Rollins Edwards Community Center for free fair housing counseling organized by the Charleston Trident Urban League.
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A new five-story, $35 million office building on Charleston's upper peninsula lands its first tenant and a new 224-unit apartment development is slated along Clements Ferry Road in Point Hope in Berkeley County.
The Summerville area over the last couple of years has slowly become a development hub with more houses rising up in the area. The challenge now is pinpointing spaces where low-income families can afford to stay.
Following complaints in 2019, Town Council members and some residents said they were assured by the developers that the site would be sold and become single-family homes.
Kiawah Island's annual tour of homes to support the Charleston Symphony Orchestra takes place today from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and includes an outdoors tour and entertainment as well.
American Homes 4 Rent, a publicly-held investment company, recently filed plans to build 23 rental homes in an undeveloped plot of land near Summerville's historic district.